There’s one incredibly useful feature in OneNote that is rarely used. It is the Dock to Desktop feature. This feature allows users to review, edit and summarise documents without leaving the OneNote page. Along with reviewing this feature we’ll be looking at OneNote itself. OneNote allows users to organize and put all their notes in one place; from personal documents, lesson preparations, mark lists, pictures, recordings, learners’ tasks to question papers and memorandums. Learners can also access tasks and submit them on the shared Notebook. The teacher can mark and send the tasks back to learners with multimodal feedback. Anything added to the OneNote notebook is immediately saved. You simply travel with your documents, access them anytime and share them with others for reviewing and editing. Join the webinar to learn more and share your thoughts.
Meeting Name: Keep on track with OneNote Dock to Desktop
This Webinar will take you through the following:
• What OneNote is and its benefits?
• OneNote Docked Desktop – what is it?
• How to dock and to undock on OneNote?
• How to track back the reviewed documents?
• Which documents can be docked?
Presenter: Mabore Lekakalakal one of South Africa’s #MIEExpert15 teachers
When: Thursday 12th March 2015 at 3:15 PM
Duration: 15 – 30 minutes
Time Zone: (GMT+02:00) Pretoria
To join the meeting: http://meet78641452.adobeconnect.com/docktodeck/
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